As we enter the year 2024, there will be significant changes in office design. The highly anticipated “Great Return to Work” is altering our understanding and creation of workspaces. This article explores the shifting landscape and important trends that will shape office interiors in the upcoming year.
A collaborative hub for our inspiring Melbourne team!
Contour’s Melbourne team are excited to announce the move in to a brand new office in the Equity Trustees building – 575 Bourke Street.
Our vision is for every Australian work environment to be a place where people and businesses can be inspired, productive and successful.
This is made possible through our core values – Excellence, Innovation and Focus.
Our office space is the personification of these features and who we are, as an inspired and united team.
Our consultancy, design, and project delivery teams work-shopped extensively to develop an exhilarating outcome that would allow for greater cross-silo communication to maximise the tangible business outcomes for our team and our clients alike.
This came at a time where we further clarified our brand, and identified, with the help of our fantastic client base, what makes us who we are.
Hence, with a true sense of purpose, Level 8, 575 Bourke Street is the culmination of everything that we are as a team.
The sound quality of an office might not always be the first thing you consider, but it is crucial in shaping an optimal and efficient workspace. The acoustics of your workplace can greatly influence how you and your coworkers function, interact, and, most importantly, affect your general wellness.
Undoubtedly, there have been social issues accompanying the shift to remote work. This article discusses the potential for both success and drawbacks in remote working, particularly concerning the potential impact on work-life balance when the boundaries between work and personal life become unclear.